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We are delighted to announce that York will be one of the nation’s host cities for the 2021 Rugby League World Cup and we are excited to be welcoming one of the world’s top teams – New Zealand, in our beautiful city for the duration of the tournament as well as hosting the Men's, Women's and Wheelchair competitions at the new York Community Stadium.

York will also act as a host for the current holders of the women’s trophy, Australia, as well as New Zealand, France and Cook Islands (Women’s) teams.

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Fixtures in York between 10 - 22 November 2021

York will be hosting eight fixtures at the LNER Community Stadium, all in the women's tournament, starting off with New Zealand vs France.

The full fixture list for York is as follows:

New Zealand vs France (women's) - LNER Community Stadium (Wednesday 10th November) - 17.00pm

Australia vs Cook Islands (women's) - LNER Community Stadium (Wednesday 10th November) - 19.30pm

New Zealand vs Cook Islands (women's) - LNER Community Stadium (Sunday 14th November) - 17.00pm

Australia vs France (women's) - LNER Community Stadium (Sunday 14th November) - 19.30pm

France vs Cook Islands (women's) - LNER Community Stadium (Thursday 18th November) - 17.00pm

Australia vs New Zealand (women's) - LNER Community Stadium (Thursday 18th November) - 19.30pm

Women's Semi-Final (Teams TBC) - LNER Community Stadium (Monday 22nd November) - 17.00pm

Women's Semi-Final (Teams TBC) - LNER Community Stadium (Monday 22nd November) - 19.30pm

Ahead of the Game Programme

RLWC Ahead Of The Game

To mark Mental Health Awareness Week, which runs from 10th – 16th May, Rugby League World Cup 2021 (RLWC2021), in association with its partners, Movember and Rugby League Cares, is returning to community clubs across England to deliver the ‘Ahead of the Game’ programme.

Working with community Rugby League clubs across the country, the ‘Ahead of the Game’ programme will be presented to 8,000 young athletes, their families and coaches, with the aim of improving mental resilience in adolescent athletes and raising mental fitness literacy and awareness among players, families and coaches.